Proof that there's Europeans who agree with Donald Trump's special ban on entry from Muslim majority regimes. The Daily Caller
(via Jihad Watch
A survey of citizens in ten European countries found that more than half of respondents want to stop migration from mainly Muslim countries.
The survey, conducted by the United Kingdom’s Chatham House Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA), found an average of 55 percent of the 10,000 Europeans surveyed agreed with the statement: “all further migration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped.”
A majority of respondents from all but two of the countries (the U.K. and Spain) included in the survey agreed with the statement. The percentages of agreement ranged from a high of 71 percent in Poland to a low of 41 percent in Spain.
Chatham House concluded that the survey results “suggest that public opposition to any further migration from predominantly Muslim states is by no means confined to Trump’s electorate in the U.S. but is fairly widespread.”
It's clear there's Europeans out there who've come to recognize the evil that's part and parcel with Islamism, and they've had enough. And hopefully, they'll have had enough of the politicians who've been allowing this as well.
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